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I dont undertand this problem and I need help solving it. A negative charge of -2.0C and a positive charge of 3.0C are separated by 80m. What is the force between the two charges?

 Mar 31, 2020
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In its scalar form, the law is:

F = k e  q1 q2 / r 2 ,

where ke is Coulomb's constant (ke ≈ 9×109 N⋅m2⋅C−2),[7] q1 and q2 are the signed magnitudes of the charges, and the scalar r is the distance between the charges. The force of the interaction between the charges is attractive if the charges have opposite signs (i.e., F is negative) and repulsive if like-signed (i.e., F is positive).

 Mar 31, 2020
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what would the answer that I typed be. 

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